Decorative glass has long been admired around the world in almost every type of building you can imagine from churches and cathedrals, to governmental offices. From libraries and public buildings, to private businesses. It features in a large number of private dwellings where a homeowner has had the desire to make their mark and turn the plain, into something elegant. The boring, into something breathtaking. The featureless, into a focal point.

Any home or business can benefit from the addition of decorative glass.

For the private dwelling, it can be any area that involves the use of glass or mirror:

– the entrance door or sidelight panels
– internal doors
– feature windows
– fanlights
– bathroom windows
– skylights
– mirrors

For the business, it may be corporate signage on entry or internal doors. Or even on a mirror in the reception area at that first point of contact.

Decorative glass can be used in a number of different ways depending on your personal requirements.

It can be used purely and simply as a work of art. To draw attention and create focus, set a mood, make a statement. It can also be used to disguise or hide an area.

One of the things that I most enjoy about working with decorative glass is that every customer and commission is different. My customers are individuals and so are their needs. It is my job to listen to what you are wanting to achieve, and come up with the best solution possible.

Thank you for taking the time to enter our world of beauty and enjoyment. We hope that you have found our site valuable and welcome your call should you have any questions or a project in mind.

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